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US: Uber, Lyft dealt setback in fight over Seattle driver union

Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft have been dealt a setback in their efforts to prevent their drivers in Seattle from unionizing. US District Court Judge...

The Sharing Economy Meets the Sherman Act: Is Uber a Firm,...

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Sharing Economy Meets the Sherman Act: Is Uber a Firm, a Cartel, or Something in Between? By Mark Anderson...

US: Supreme Court won’t hear Chicago ride-hailing case

The US Supreme Court on Monday dealt the struggling Chicago cab industry a final low, reports the Chicago Tribune. The Court declined to take up...

US: Judge temporarily blocks law allowing Uber drivers to unionize

A federal judge in Seattle has temporarily blocked the city’s first-in-the-nation law that attempts to allow Uber, Lyft and taxi drivers to unionize. The law,...

Whither Uber?: Competitive Dynamics in Transportation Networks

Benjamin Edelman, March 20, 2016 Transportation Network Companies offer notable service advances—but do they comply with the law? I offer evidence of some important shortfalls,...

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